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8m.

Rockfax Description
The front face of the Leaf trending left via a flake and tiny groove. Poorly protected, so it needs a steady head. © Rockfax

FA. Pete Crew late 1950s.

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Iggy_B 18 May, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: The wire would hold and the only tricky move is right next to it.
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βeta: The wire would hold and the only tricky move is right next to it.
Chris the Tall 26 Jun, 2003 Show βeta
βeta: My mates had more problems seconding this than Great Buttress Arete ! As to leading - one wire behind a dodgy flake at less than half height doesn't give you much confidence, but the moves are pleasant enough.
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βeta: My mates had more problems seconding this than Great Buttress Arete ! As to leading - one wire behind a dodgy flake at less than half height doesn't give you much confidence, but the moves are pleasant enough.

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